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Combined Effects of Phytochemicals and Exercise on Fatty Acid Oxidation

Title
Combined Effects of Phytochemicals and Exercise on Fatty Acid Oxidation
Author
김종희
Keywords
Phytochemicals; Maximal fatty acid oxidation rate; Physical performance
Issue Date
2016-12
Publisher
한국운동영양학회
Citation
Journal of Exercise Nutrition & Biochemistry, v. 20, NO 4, Page. 20-26
Abstract
Purpose: The purpose of this review is to discuss current views regarding the acute effects of phytochemicals, exercise, and exercise plus phytochemicals on fatty acid oxidation. Methods: Data acquired from human and animal studies were comprehensively assessed to determine the single and combined effects of phytochemicals and exercise on fatty acid oxidation. In addition, underlying mechanisms associated with those conditions that may contribute to the regulation of fat metabolism are discussed. Results: Although not all phytochemicals are effective at increasing fatty acid oxidation, some significantly improve the rate of fatty acid oxidation at rest. In addition, dietary supplementation of p-synephrine, catechins, or anthocyanins in combination with moderately intense exercise has the additive effect of increasing fatty acid oxidation, but not total energy expenditure during exercise. Conclusion: The data reported from current reviewed studies suggest positive outcomes regarding facilitation of fatty acid oxidation from the combined effects of certain phytochemicals with exercise. Those data provide new insight for developing a strategy to boost fat loss and control weight in obese patients.
URI
http://jenb.or.kr/_common/do.php?a=full&b=21&bidx=680&aidx=9086https://repository.hanyang.ac.kr/handle/20.500.11754/101606
ISSN
2233-6834; 2233-6842
DOI
10.20463/jenb.2016.0053
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